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Kizer joins CBT

Kizer joins CBT

Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 2:18 pm

Kizer joins CBT | Kizer joins CBT
Union City – Commercial Bank and Trust announced the addition of a new vice president in the bank’s Union City operations. Jody Kizer, formerly regional president and senior loan officer of First Citizen’s National Bank, has joined Commercial Bank and Trust with a focus on commercial lending. 
Tim Shanks, president of Commercial Bank and Trust, welcomed Kizer to the team saying, “We are thrilled to bring to our team someone with Jody’s experience and knowledge. There is no doubt he brings a level of personal service and integrity that fits in with the principles of Commercial Bank and Trust.”
Kizer has 15 years of banking experience holding positions from credit analyst to bank manager to bank president. Kizer received his Bachelor of Science in business administration with a concentration in marketing and finance from the University of Tennessee at Martin. 
He continued his education through Owen Graduate School-Vanderbilt University. 
“I am very excited to join Commercial Bank and Trust and to be a part of a company that has such a solid reputation in the community,” said Kizer. 
“I’ve known many of the staff my whole life and I know I am joining a family who cares about the community and the people they serve.  With my background in financial services and their philosophy of providing the resources one needs to best serve their customers, I know I have found a great match for a positive relationship.”
Kizer is actively involved in the West Tennessee area serving as the chairman of the Union City Housing Authority and with the Union City Rotary Club.
He has also served in the past as the president of the Obion County Chamber of Commerce, Main Street of Union City, Inc., United Way of Obion County and Obion County Distinguished Speakers Foundation. He has also served the community through his service with the Obion County Joint Economic Development Council, Union City Jaycees and the Fair Association. 
He currently resides with his wife, Tracey, of 17 years who is a nurse practitioner at Martin Medical Center and their two children, Emily and Pierce.     
Published in The WCP 8.22.12

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